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President Museveni interacts with members of a delegation from GE Oil and Gas and YAATRA Ventures who met him at State House Entebbe. They were led by Ado Oseragbaje (3rd R), Vice President and CEO of GE Oil and Gas. PPU Photo.

Museveni, General Electric Group Discuss Oil Refinery

President Museveni told the delegation that Uganda is committed to the establishment of an oil refinery project that is cost effective, technologically sound and profitable to both the Government of Uganda and capital market investors; leading to the creation of jobs for the people of Uganda.
posted onOctober 24, 2017
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By Kampala Post Reporter

President Yoweri Museveni has held a meeting with the leadership of General Electric (GE) consortium, which has confirmed commitment to long-term cooperation with Uganda to construct an oil refinery in the country.

The meeting took place on Monday at State House, Entebbe. The Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer of General Electric Oil and Gas in Sub-Sahara Africa, Mr. Ado Oseragbaje, led the consortium delegation.

The consortium comprises General Electric (GE), YAATRA Ventures LLC, Intra-Continent Asset Holdings Ltd (IA) and Saipem SpA. Their major roles as partners involve Engineering, Procurement and Construction.

President Museveni told the delegation  that Uganda is committed to the establishment of an oil refinery project that is cost effective, technologically sound and profitable to both the Government of Uganda and capital market investors; leading to the creation of jobs for the people of Uganda.

Mr. Ado Oseragbaje, on his part, said that the Consortium is committed to investing in Uganda. He noted that when the refinery project is completed, it will not only be an asset to Uganda but also to Africa.

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